Parents and Families
DISCOVER WHERE A UD DEGREE CAN TAKE YOU
A UD education can open the door to a successful career, no matter your aspirations.
You will be supported from the moment you step on campus through your senior year and beyond. Our Career Services Center is devoted to your success, offering career counseling, interviewing and resume writing workshops and linking you to job and internship opportunities.
Find out how graduates are succeeding
At UD, We’re Preparing Students
for a Lifetime of Success
As a parent or family member, we know you have questions. About how well your son or daughter will be prepared for a dynamic world. About what his or her experience will be on campus. And, of course, about the value of a UD education and how affordable it will be. Below are resources to help you determine whether UD is the right fit for your student and to help make his or her academic career a positive one.
Admissions Requirements and Deadlines
Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR)
First-year domestic students are required to submit their self-reported high school grades through Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR). To provide students with additional support, please see our SRAR FAQs.
Community and Support
You’ve spent a lifetime preparing your son or daughter to take the next step into adulthood. At UD, they’ll find the support they need for an enriching and rewarding college experience.